The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1) by Emily R. King

The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1)

He wanted a warrior queen. He got a revolutionary.As an orphan ward of the Sisterhood, eighteen-year-old Kalinda is destined for nothing more than a life of seclusion and prayer. Plagued by fevers, she’s an unlikely candidate for even a servant’s position, let alone a courtesan or wife. Her sole dream is to continue living in peace in the Sisterhood’s mountain temple.But a visit from the tyrant Rajah Tarek disrupts Kalinda’s life. Within ...


Details The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1)

TitleThe Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1)
ISBN9781503943650
Author
Release DateJun 1st, 2017
PublisherSkyscape
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Romance
Rating

Reviews The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen, #1)

  • Emily May
    2017-06-09
    The lead soldier is the clearest to make out; his long legs taper from narrow hips and a boxy, solid chest. He is the first man I have seen in person. My eyes widen to take him in. He is more fascinating than the chapel murals of the sky-god, Anu, and his son, Enlil, the fire-god. ^This is on the third page; the first time the MC meets the guy who - surprise! - will become the love interest.Every now and then, I like to take a break from my TBR. ...
  • Lola Reviewer
    2017-10-16
    Insta-love. Rape. Stereotypes. Patriarchy. Manipulation. YA tropes. It was a lost cause. If only I knew.
  • Aly's Bookish Wonderland
    2017-06-12
    Tremors rack my body. I cover my mouth, locking in a gasp. Rajah Tarek is here. The ruler of the Tarachand Empire has come to Samiya. I hold still, my flesh shivering. I promised myself I would not DNF The Hundredth Queen. As I slogged through, wading across pages of murk and badly written metaphors, I thought to myself, "I'm almost there. The end is nigh. What is the point in dropping this book now?"But I quickly realised that finishing this bo...
  • Beth (YA Books Central)
    2017-02-26
    The Hundredth Queen is by far one of my favorite books of 2017. I received an ARC of this incredible book before it even had a cover and I was completely obsessed after just reading one chapter. I am one of those readers who is usually drawn to a book because of the cover so when I received this book I read it just because the synopsis sounded intriguing.....and WOW am I happy that I gave this book a chance! The Hundredth Queen blew me away.....I...
  • Crazy4Books
    2017-04-27
    With that gorgeous cover and amazing reviews I was really excited when I got a copy of this. I went into this book not knowing much so when I started it I was afraid it was going to be too similar to Wrath and the Dawn. However despite it similarites it had some unique elements. For one the Rajah doesnt kill his wives he makes them do it themselves in a rank tournement where each time he chooses a new bride she has to fight all of the Rajahs cou...
  • Sophie
    2017-07-25
    An Advanced Reading Copy has been kindly given by Skyscape and Two Lions via Netgalley.com in exchange for an honest opinion4 “fight for freedom” starsWords of a cover junkie: I think the cover is just gorgeous! Seriously just take two minutes to admire it and tell me it’s not awesome. I could frame it and never tire of watching it.Emily R King is a new author to me but after reading the enthusiastic reviews of other blogger friends I was r...
  • Edith
    2017-04-11
    Another appropriating white author who doesn't understand that india is not a monolith. Trash.
  • Cait • A Page with a View
    2017-09-20
    2.5 stars. Ehhh no this is nothing like The Wrath and the Dawn. That was a well-written book with an amazing main character, vivid world, and... a good story. The writing here is average and definitely awkward at times. The plot twists are predictable and the relationships are a bit forced/hollow. Buuuut it's still entertaining in parts and I kept reading because there's a freaking princess/guard trope and it gets me EVERY TIME. The basic idea is...
  • Inge
    2017-06-25
    It's been a few days since I've read The Hundredth Queen, and already I can't remember much of it, though I can say for sure that it was like reading a summary of every single YA fantasy out there ever.The storyline was interesting enough - Kalinda gets chosen as the rajah's hundredth queen, the ultimate title. Though to keep that title, she'll have to fight for it. Any of the rajah's other queens and courtesans can challenge her to a fight to th...
  • Lillian ᴥ Cloud 9 Books
    2017-10-18
    ***** 5 Stars *****I'm shocked to see some of these ratings. If I read this in high school, I know I would've been going to class with only a few hours of sleep. The younger version of me that loved Hunger Games and Twilight would have LOVED this book. This story has everything I enjoy. A strong heroine. Unbreakable sisterhood. Magical encounters. I couldn't put this down!Yes, there is an insta-love chemistry, but I didn't find anything wrong wit...